Dec 24, 2009

Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, December 24, 2009

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Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, December 24, 2009

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High stakes for biz, labor in health bills

Dec 24, 2009
The Senate has passed its landmark health-care bill. As lawmakers prepare to reconcile the bill with the House's version, reporter Mitchell Hartman talks with Bill Radke about what's critical for business and labor.

Working off the pounds at the office

Dec 24, 2009
What do you do with all the extra weight you've been packing on from holiday indulging? You could go to the gym, or bring the gym to you... even to your office. Caitlan Carroll explains.

Some AIG bonuses still not repaid

Dec 24, 2009
AIG executives are slated for more big bonuses in the new year. But some execs still haven't paid back all they promised to return from their 2009 bonuses. Jill Barshay reports.

Health costs kick in before benefits

Dec 24, 2009
Consumer protections and subsidies from the Senate and House health-overhaul bills won't kick in for several years. But consumers may want help right away. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.

Marketplace Globalist Quiz: Insurance

Dec 24, 2009
In 10 years time, what will a U.S. family pay in health insurance in a given year? Quizmaster Stephan Richter quizzes Bill Radke.

Local governments count on sales tax

Dec 24, 2009
Not only is this a make-or-break time of year for retailers, local governments depend on the tax revenue they collect from holiday sales, too. Amy Scott reports.

Controversy over pay czar's restrictions

Dec 24, 2009
Reporter Mitchell Hartman talks with Bill Radke about GM's pay packages and how much controversy is being caused by pay czar Kenneth Feinberg's restrictions.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC